Testicles

Some articles on testicles, testicle:

Burdizzo
... to break the blood vessels leading into the testicles ... Once the blood supply to the testicles is lost, testicular necrosis occurs, and the testicles shrink, soften, and eventually deteriorate completely ...
Beevers - Commercial Uses
... Both beaver testicles and castoreum, a bitter-tasting secretion with a slightly fetid odor contained in the castor sacs of male or female beaver, have been articles of trade for ... Yupik (Eskimo) medicine used dried beaver testicles like willow bark to relieve pain ... Dried beaver testicles were also used as contraception ...
Adult Stem Cell - Types - Testicular Cells
... embryonic stem cells have been derived from spermatogonial progenitor cells found in the testicles of laboratory mice by scientists in Germany and the United States, and ... stem cells have also been derived from germ cells found in human testicles ...
Orchi - Humans
... Removal of only the testicles had much less risk ... Either surgical removal of both testicles or chemical castration may be carried out in the case of prostate cancer ... Testosterone-depletion treatment (either surgical removal of both testicles or chemical castration) is used to slow down the cancer, greatly reduce sex ...
Testicular Disease
... The testicles are well-known to be very sensitive to impact and injury ... Blue balls is a slang term for a temporary fluid congestion in the testicles and prostate region caused by prolonged sexual arousal ... The most prominent diseases of testicles are testicular cancer and other neoplasms swelling of a testicle, caused by hydrocele testis inflammation of the testicles, called orchitis ...